- Rust 1.5 is released! Most interesting new options include that you can do a static check with cargo check and build a dependency graph with cargo graph.
- Rust Profiling with Instruments and FlameGraph on OSX: CPU/Time (via).
- @jws and @0xmf had a discussion about type checking for Elixir/Erlang in which @jws told us about dialyzer - thanks for posting this!
- There's also a mix.task for running dialyzer on GitHub!
- GamesFromScratch released a video on how to use the Tiled map editor.
- Wow, this is interesting: 22 years later, the Doom modding community is still going strong
- Game Art Quest videos! GDGuest explains the basics of using Krita for game art and some special techniques for drawing stones or clouds for example.
- The CEGC 2016 is looking for volunteers.
- The audio recordings from this year's HandmadeCon have been released!
- While doing some research for my paper about "game usability" I found this interesting book about gamer psychology: Getting Gamers: The Psychology of Video Games and Their Impact on the People who Play Them
- This blog posts about immersion brought me to the mentioned book: The Psychology of Immersion in Video Games
- FreezeME is out!
- Automatic ZFS Snapshots and Backups (via).
- Running Windows under FreeBSD's bhyve. (via)
- OpenSMTPD, spamd, SpamAssassin and Dovecot on OpenBSD – part 1 (via).
- Why I love open source.
- We're in the Middle of an Online Arms Race | Mikko Hyppönen (CRO of F-Secure)
- ZeroDB, an end-to-end encrypted database, is open source!
- An IETF draft for An HTTP Status Code to Report Legal Obstacles
- Internet of Things horror
- About Let's Encrypt and encryption in general... Pull up a chair, lemme tell you a story.
- When Women Stopped Coding (via).
- Michael W. Lucas' talk about SSH is now on YouTube.
- What I have learned as a straight white cis male working with trans women for my research.
- Mozilla Open Source Support: First Awards Made.
- Death metal screaming at disk arrays causes I/O drops (via)
- glibc is about to effectively turn off ASLR by default on x86_64 because some broken Intel chips are 3% slower.
- For the love of bits, stop using gzip!
- Neil Gaiman reads "A Christmas Carol" on Soundcloud (via).